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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by pax12, May 25, 2008.
what is the hardest egg to hatch
That is a real difficult question to answer....usually the hardest egg to hatch is the one you want the very most in the world TO hatch.
Philosophical answers aside, peafowl can be danged hard. I have also heard ostrich and emu can be hard since if there is too MUCH humidity they die....
I know turkeys are harder to hatch than chickens. I haven't tried to hatch geese or ducks.
Those that arrived by mail
Someone once mentioned that Seramas are very difficult but I (only based on personal experience) have found that those through the mail didn't work for me.
ducks are hard with a still air. especilly call ducks they are hard with anything.
I read you were not suppose to use forced air when hatching duck eggs?? Dries them out to fast?
A hard boiled egg...
serama can be very hard for some folks, depends on mail and type of incubator, if any one needs any i have some listed...